Sequence stratigraphy is a method that helps to understand the evolution of sedimentation through time and space in sedimentary basins. Currently, regional studies that support the exploration of natural resources are based on the understanding of the sedimentary processes that form the deposits and the sedimentation breaks that limit them.
The exploration and production of natural resources formed or related to sedimentary processes depend on the construction of chronostratigraphic frameworks that allow paleogeographic reconstructions that in turn increase our understanding of the temporal and spatial distribution of deposits of economic interest such as source rocks, seals and reservoirs of oil and other natural resource deposits.Regional chronostratigraphic correlation, Chapada Diamantina, Brazil
At the end of the course, participants are expected to:
It is a hands-on course based on seismic, wells, cores and outcrops data. The course focuses on stratigraphic correlation, facies prediction, and identification of stratigraphic traps and heterogeneities.
Participants will practice the sequence stratigraphy methodology through exercises to identify stratigraphic surfaces and propose chronostratigraphic correlations.
Geologists, geophysicists, and engineers who are working on the exploration of petroleum or other natural resources.
Date: 19 - 23/JUNE :: Language: Portuguese :: Register until 12/JUNE
Date: 25 - 29/SEPTEMBER :: Language: English :: Register until 11/SEPTEMBER
Date: 02 - 06/OCTOBER :: Language: Portuguese :: Register until 25/SEPTEMBER